Emperor Nero (37-68CE) - Nero Claudius Caesar Augustus Germanicus,Roman Emperor from 54 to 68 C.E was adopted by Emperor Claudius and succeeded him upon his death. His reign was characterized by extravagance and tyranny. Morally weak and extremely sensual, he was guilty of many murders, including his wife’s. He was accused of allowing the fire that destroyed two-thirds of Rome to burn. Nero escaped being overthrown by committing suicide.

Emperor Nero (37-68CE) - Nero Claudius Caesar Augustus Germanicus,Roman Emperor from 54 to 68 C.E was adopted by Emperor Claudius and succeeded him upon his death. His reign was characterized by extravagance and tyranny. Morally weak and extremely sensual, he was guilty of many murders, including his wife’s. He was accused of allowing the fire that destroyed two-thirds of Rome to burn. Nero escaped being overthrown by committing suicide.

Caligula, Gaius Julius Caesar Augustus Germanicus. Caligula meant little boots,the soldiers of his fathers army saw him in his little boots and the name stuck. That damned army loved that kid just for that. Too bad he was NUTS.

Caligula, Gaius Julius Caesar Augustus Germanicus. Caligula meant little boots,the soldiers of his fathers army saw him in his little boots and the name stuck. That damned army loved that kid just for that. Too bad he was NUTS.

Trajan - the 13th Emperor of Rome, and the first from the provinces. Trajan was the second of the "five good emperors". He expanded the empire to its largest boundaries.

Trajan - the 13th Emperor of Rome, and the first from the provinces. Trajan was the second of the "five good emperors". He expanded the empire to its largest boundaries.

Augustus (Roman Emperors) Busts, Statues, Information, Coins, Maps, Images

Augustus (Roman Emperors) Busts, Statues, Information, Coins, Maps, Images

This makes me laugh<<<< yeah, cause that's how to kill an immortal sea god. By stabbing the water.

You know, that’s a pretty good point (31 Photos)

This makes me laugh<<<< yeah, cause that's how to kill an immortal sea god. By stabbing the water.

Vespasian. Marble. Ca. 80 CE. Inv. No. s.n. Naples, National Archaeological Museum. (Photo by I. Sh.).

Vespasian. Marble. Ca. 80 CE. Inv. No. s.n. Naples, National Archaeological Museum. (Photo by I. Sh.).

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